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Throwback Thursday: Sacrilege - "Behind The Realms Of Madness"

Sadly, like so many bands, Sacrilege passed away far before its time. After putting out only three full-length albums, beginning with Behind the Realms of Madness… 428 more words

Daily Heresy

The Tragic Forgetting of the True Doctrine of Firm Purpose of Amendment

Today I’d like to bring to attention one of the most important subjects that could ever exist in the spiritual life of a Christian. Unfortunately, this matter has been profoundly forgotten to the point where it could be that the majority of Catholics of this generation may have no idea of this crucial topic for their salvation. 1,670 more words


Punjab - 2015.

The recent events in Punjab (India) have been shocking and heart breaking. It is really sad to hear all the news that is going on. Why in their sane brains will Someone do what they are doing. 584 more words


Handwriting on the Wall

Imagine a party – plenty of wine drinking and unlimited alcohol, music and sensuality. A raucous good time! Everyone feels buzzed and happy; laughter and merriment permeate the atmosphere. 989 more words


RELAPSE RECORDS Launches Free 2015 Sampler

As part of the label’s ongoing 25th anniversary celebration, Relapse Records has released a 38-song label sampler available for free download via Bandcamp and Amazon MP3. 126 more words


Fest of Hades Aftermath & New Hamerex Songs!

Hi everyone,

it’s Steve here. We’ve taken a couple of days now to reflect on our first Fest of Hades, which was a success if you ignore the overall attendance. 896 more words


'Pope' to favorite reporter: 'All the divorced who ask will be admitted (to Holy Communion)'

Divorced people will be admitted to all Holy Sacraments. That is what ‘pope Francis’ told the Italian newspaper La Repubblica. Eugenio Scalfari, said to be Francis’ favorite reporter, made a phone call with Bergoglio, in which the latter said that in time, all divorced people, who ask for it, will be admitted to the Sacraments. 823 more words

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